Boko Haram attacks Adamawa, military jets pound rebel positions


Boko Haram fighters hacked to death 10 people in remote northeast Nigeria, a local government official said on Monday, as the military claimed to have thwarted a fresh attack The post Boko Haram attacks Adamawa, military jets pound rebel positions appeared first on Vanguard News.

Monday News Roundup: #PetroCalypse Gets Real

The whole scarcity of petroleum products bit in Nigeria is hitting hard. MTN and Airtel announced over the weekend that they may shut down their base stations (network services with it) if the situation does not improve, and we woke up to a similar news today; Etisalat tapped out too.

First Openly Gay NFL Player ‘Micheal Sam’ Signs 2-Year Deal with Montreal Alouettes!

According to New York Daily News, the first openly gay NFL player, Micheal Sam who came out in 2014, but suffered lack luster selections since coming out, has been invited to join the Canadian club Montreal Alouettes who welcomed him with open arms.

Police arrest 6 suspects over stabbing of 2 pupils in Kano


The police in Kano State have arrested six suspects in connection with the stabbing of two pupils of Fagge Special Primary school in Kano on Wednesday The post Police arrest 6 suspects over stabbing of 2 pupils in Kano appeared first on Vanguard News.

Nigerian Navy Assures IDPs Of Victory Over Insurgents

The Nigerian Navy has assured Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) living in the Federal Capital Territory of the Armed Forces resolve to win the fight against insurgents and make the country safe for all residents. The assurance was made on Monday at one of the events organised to mark the 59th

I didn’t join APC for appointment – Oke

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Ondo State, Chief Olusola Oke, has said contrary to speculations in some quarters that he defected to the APC to be able to get an appointment from the incoming administration, his priority for joining the party was to help build the party

Probe Pres. Jonathan’s Corrupt Govt., Former Minister of Defence, Theophilus Danjuma Urges Gen. Buhari!

Theophilus Danjuma, A former Minister of Defence, on Saturday urged the incoming government of president-elect Gen. Muhammadu Buhari to probe the outgoing administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, according to The Nation newspaper.

Vaccine Development In Africa

Medical experts and clinical researchers in Africa say the lack of infrastructure and subjects for clinical trials are hampering vaccine and indigenous drug development in the continent. The President of the Bio Resources Group, Professor Maurice Iwu, told reporters on Monday that reliance on foreign inventions have affected the development